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THE BRANDON BEEMER INTERVIEW – THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL

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MICHAEL:
There were rumors for awhile that you were going to be on “B&B” way before you signed on the dotted line to play Owen Knight , correct?

BRANDON:
There was a rumor at the beginning, and the funny thing is, there was no truth to the rumor. Then later on, I got a phone call and they asked me to test, about two and half months after the original rumor came out. They asked me to test and I did. I lost that particular role to Texas Battle (Marcus), and then they offered me another role.

MICHAEL:
And there were a few more shows that were rumored to be courting you, too!

BRANDON:
I was rumored to be on every show on daytime, “GH”, “OLTL”…

MICHAEL:
How long has it been since you first stepped foot on the “B&B” set?

BRANDON:
I started the week before last, and I worked a few episodes. Then we went on a two- week break and I come back next week pretty strong.

MICHAEL:
What do you know about your new character?

BRANDON:
He is no relation to anyone on the show, which makes the possibilities pretty endless. I think he has an agenda, but as I have said, everyone has an agenda. I think he is going to be fun to play because he is going to be mysterious.

MICHAEL:
Sounds like he will be a lot different than your last role, as Shawn Brady on “DAYS”.

BRANDON:
He will be the complete opposite of Shawn on “Days”, and I am excited about it. It’s a challenge and it’s totally opposite of something I have been doing for so long. I always enjoy a good challenge.

MICHAEL:
But I am sure you will be paired up with a beautiful woman, or women, on “B&B”. Any clues as to whom you may be romantically linked with on the show?

BRANDON:
Let’s just say the possibilities are endless, and I am not complaining. I think I am in a good position.

MICHAEL:
How does working on “B&B” and at CBS, differ from your first assessment working on “DAYS” and at NBC?

BRANDON:
I got a really friendly vibe at “B&B”. They run a very tight ship. I am happy with everything there, and I am going to enjoy it a lot. So, it’s going to be a great adventure.

MICHAEL:
Had you met Texas Battle before your “B&B” experience?

BRANDON:
No, I have never met him. We ended up testing for the same role. He ended up booking the role, and then I got a different role. We were both out one night at a birthday party and we ran into each other, and we hit it off. He is a lot of fun, and a good guy.

MICHAEL:
Who have you had scenes with thus far on “B&B”?

BRANDON:
So far, I have worked with Texas Battle and Jennifer Gareis (Donna). Jennifer is a sweet and talented actress. That’s it so far. You will be able to add to that roster in a week! I will be working with Lesli Kay (Felicia) a lot next week. Coming up, I will also be working with Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffi).

MICHAEL:
Have you been in touch with your former partners in crime at “DAYS”?

BRANDON:
I talk to them all, and we went to the Emmy Nominee reception the other day. I got a lot of phone calls from them congratulating me, when I went over to “B&B”. I think they are very happy with me. All of them are great, and I wish them all the best.

MICHAEL:
Have you stayed in touch with your former co-star, Martha Madison (Ex-Belle, “DAYS”)?

BRANDON:
I have spoken to her a few times, and I see her at the gym now and then. She is good. I think she is doing really well.

MICHAEL:
What has your girlfriend, Nadia Bjorlin’s (Chloe, “DAYS”) response been to your new acting move to “B&B”?

BRANDON:
She is excited, and she will watch and become a big fan of “B&B”!

MICHAEL:
Since both of you are soap actors, do you critique each other’s work when you are together?

BRANDON:
We don’t really critique each other’s work. We just tell each other if it doesn’t ring true. We don’t try to direct each other about our work, or critique each other, because we see each other in a completely different light. And, if you can fool somebody you know so well, then it’s a good thing and you are doing a good job.

MICHAEL:
Do you think it’s easier for your personal relationship with Nadia, being on two separate soaps, or do you think it may have been better being on the same show?

BRANDON:
I don’t know yet. But, it was great working on the same show with Nadia, and its great working on a different show or opposite show. Now at least, we have stories to tell each other when we see each other, as opposed to working on the same show where we both already know what occurred.

MICHAEL:
Brandon, what happened to your website? Fans want to know!

BRANDON:
I am in the process of trying to get a new website up. I apologize to all the people out there that have gone to www.brandonbeemer.com and seen it has not been updated in a very long time. I actually lost access to the website, but now I finally got access back to it, so I will update it as soon as I can.

MICHAEL:
When you are out and about in public, do people still yell, “Shawn”?

BRANDON:
A lot of people yell, “Shawn” or “DAYS”, but that will change. They will say “B&B” now… so tune in!

MICHAEL:
Did Brad Bell (exec prod and head writer “B&B”), tell you a lot about the role of Owen before you took it on?

BRANDON:
He gave me enough background for what I needed to create something. So, with the character being so mysterious, it’s almost kind of fun that we can create as we go. With Shawn, you could not create as you go. Brad gave me the job as the actor to fill in all the pieces and background of the character. I love that the possibilities are endless

MICHAEL:
Well, there has to be something up Brad Bell’s sleeve…you must have some big reveal coming at some point.

BRANDON:
Let’s just say you will find out. I think we will be in for a surprise.

MICHAEL:
Can your fans expect you to be staying on “B&B” for awhile?

BRANDON:
I hope I will be on the show for awhile. I signed a three-year contract with them. I hope they like my work, and everything works out and I stay awhile.

MICHAEL:
Is doing soaps a good “fit” for you?

BRANDON:
I love daytime! I have a lot of respect for it and it’s the hardest work I have done in my life! It’s such a challenge everyday, and the payoff is great. To look back and know that you did that, with the amount of time and dialog you had to do and how fast it moved, is a great feeling of accomplishment.

MICHAEL:
What do you think we can say to fans? “Look forward to Owen Knight……”

BRANDON:
Owen Knight is going to be coming to LA and causing some trouble.

MICHAEL:
Your character was originally named Owen Hart. Then it was abruptly changed. Was this because of the fact that Owen Hart was the famous wrestler who fell to his death a few years back in the WWE, in a freak accident? Did Brad know this?

BRANDON:
I know Owen Hart died. I can’t believe that…. like 80 feet above the ring. I remembered Owen Hart, because his brother was Bret, “The Hitman” Hart. He came from a family of wrestlers. When I heard the name, I went “Owen Hart?” Actually, Brad said it and I went, “Owen Hart. I know that name”. I called him up and told him, that’s a wrestler! Brad loved the name, but because he was a wrestler, it was a bit too much. Owen Knight is kind of cool.

MICHAEL:
What are people telling you they think is going to be your prospective storyline? What are they saying?

BRANDON:
I keep getting people saying that they want me to be related to Ronn Moss (Ridge). I could be Ronn Moss’s aborted son… that Ronn impregnated some woman years ago and she got an abortion years ago, but she really never did. I am the bastard Forrester. People say to me, “I hope you are going to be related to Ronn Moss, because you guys have a very similar look and very chiseled faces.” I go, “Well, I don’t know, but my last name is Knight, but used to be Hart.” (He laughs)

MICHAEL:
Do you think it’s easier or harder stepping into a role as a recast, or to create something from scratch, which you are getting to do now on “B&B”?

BRANDON:
I don’t know. Sometimes, when you are not related to the family on a soap, it’s harder because you have no roots. Then, some people say its better to not be related. I think being a recast is much harder. At “DAYS” with Shawn, I had to learn everything of the history of the Brady’s. With this new character on “B&B”, I assume this character would not know too much of the history of the Forrester’s. I have to make it all up on my own.

MICHAEL:
How interesting, that both former Shawn’s on “DAYS”, yourself and Jason Cook, both landed new roles on different soaps within a matter of days and will be making your first appearances on them starting this summer.

BRANDON:
I love that Jason Cook and I landed new roles at the same time. I don’t get to see him too often.

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Y&R’s Executive Producer Anthony Morina Talks On Daytime Emmy Drama Series Win For Neil’s Memorial & Honoring Kristoff St. John

Last Friday night, The Young and the Restless was named the Outstanding Drama Series at the 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards broadcast on CBS. The show won on the strength of their submissions, which centered on the death of Neil Winters; including when the residents of Genoa City find out of his passing, and the subsequent heartbreaking memorial service in his honor.

However, what made those hours of television unlike anything seldom seen; were not only was Genoa City saying goodbye to Neil, but the cast was saying their goodbyes to their beloved friend and colleague, Kristoff St. John (Neil) who had passed away suddenly back in February of 2019.

Y&R’s executive producer, Anthony (Tony) Morina accepted the award for the top-rated CBS Daytime drama during the Emmy telecast, which now makes Morina a five-time Daytime Emmy winner himself!

Michael Fairman TV chatted with Tony on the series emotional Emmy win, and what it meant for him to win the gold for these incredibly moving and special episodes that were at its epicenter paying tribute to Kristoff in the best way the soap opera could. Here’s what Tony shared on the Y&R Drama Series victory and more.

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Congratulations on your Outstanding Drama Series win. The episodes that you submitted were at every level, so gut-wrenching, sincere, and beautiful.  What did you think about the process that you went through to make these right for Kristoff and the character of Neil?

TONY:  Occasionally, when you are in this business, as you know, you work so hard to achieve certain things, sometimes you think you’re achieving something, and you’re not, and sometimes something shows up that surprises the heck out of you, and this was kind of it for me.  But what didn’t surprise me, of course, were the actors’ ability, the director’s ability, and the crews’ ability, and for these episodes it was at such a high level.  Sometimes there is an emotional element, or an otherworldliness thing that takes over.

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Yes, because it was all so real and raw; in that we were watching the characters who loved Neil Winters mourn him, but we were also watching all the actors who loved their co-star.

TONY: When everybody was in that church set and were giving their eulogies, it felt like everybody was so behind each other, and everybody just cared for each other so much because they cared so much for Kristoff.  All the eulogies that people were doing were a page and a half to two pages.  They were really long, but you could feel the emotional tension, and you could feel how people just felt.  Kristoff was a very unique special person, who ended up going through some rough times, but he really was beloved.  Sometimes you love people, and sometimes you say somebody is beloved.  Whenever you saw him, he put a smile on your face.  He made you feel like he really cared about you.  Those shows came together really out of this feeling of love.  We did two whole shows that day.  We did that whole show and the show that came after it.  I don’t know how many hours of a day it was, but people had so much emotion attached to it that those shows really kind of took over themselves with everybody just trusting and letting go and supporting each other.  I got a text from Peter Bergman (Jack, Y&R) saying how it was one of the greatest experiences he’d ever had in terms of how it all came together.  Those shows just meant a lot to us, and I really felt that if we didn’t win, I’d be perfectly fine with that, because I was just so glad that we were able to do these episodes, and people got to see it.

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At what point did you decide, “We are going with this to submit for the Emmy!”

TONY:  I actually knew that day.  I think, I actually said to Josh Griffith (head writer and Co-EP Y&R), “This is going to be our Emmy show … or one of our Emmy shows.”  The other show when everybody finds out Neil died was an incredibly powerful show to me too, but I knew that day when we shot the funeral that you rarely see that kind of rawness.  When you get into this business, and you want to become an actor, it’s tough, but you know that in the end what you want is to get into a position where you can share who you are as a person in an artistic way.  I think the Neil memorial gave people a way to say, “This is why I do this because I get to really share myself, and I get to express how passionate I am and how much I care about other people.”

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Shemar Moore (Ex-Malcolm) came back to honor his dear friend and on-screen Y&R brother.  How was it having him on set with you to share this experience?

TONY:  Shemar was amazing.  He was there until the bitter end of our tape day.  He could not have been kinder and more supportive of everybody, and really laid out his emotions, and it was like that with everybody.  I would say this was the the most amazing experience I have ever had.

What do you think Kristoff would say?  I think he would be very proud that you gave Neil a real proper sendoff.

TONY:  Absolutely.  I also think Kristoff, would have thought that Neil deserved it, and would have loved it, a, it’s an interesting question because you have got to say to yourself, “Does Kristoff feel he deserves it?” As a character, he’d definitely feel he deserved it.  He was a part of that community.  He was a part of Genoa City.  Those were his friends and his family.  Would Kristoff feel he deserves that?  I don’t know if he would have felt he deserved it, but I know he would have loved knowing how much people cared for him.  I think that would have meant the world to him.  I really do.

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I loved your acceptance speech.  I thought it was one of the better ones of Emmy night. 

TONY:  Thanks so much.  Matt Kane (publicist, Y&R) has been amazing.   He gave me a lot of guidance on where to go, and my wife, Sally (Sussman Morina) really helped write the speech because the rules were you’ve got 30 seconds.  I really believe in the notion that when you have an opportunity to speak in front of people about something, it has some meaning to you and to other people.  I think you have to put thought into it because how many opportunities do you get in life to share about yourself and how you feel about people?  So, I really appreciate you saying that.

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What did you think of your Y&R actors: Bryton James’ (Devon) and Jason Thompson’s (Billy) major Emmy victories?

TONY:  Well, personally, I am enormous fans of both people.  I like when nice, good people have nice things happen to them, and you know them.  First off, I was so happy for Bryton because I know he and Kristoff were close, and I know he was deeply affected, as Christel Khalil (Lily, Y&R) was, as everybody was, but they were like family.  I love Bryton personally, and he laid his heart out there.  As for Jason Thompson, people think the world of him, and I think he is an unbelievable actor.  I taught for years, and I have worked with a lot of actors, and I think Jason has such control of his work.  I’m impressed by him.  I’m just as impressed by who Jason is.  I think he’s deserved it other times too, and this was his first win; which must be very special for him.

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During the In-Memoriam tribute on the Emmy broadcast, former producer, Lisa de Cazotte was also featured.  What can you say about your time working with her at Y&R and over your career?

TONY: I’ve known Lisa De Cazotte since Santa Barbara when Paul Rauch (former executive producer) brought her there, and that’s where we first met. Lisa was probably my favorite producer to ever be in the booth with because she let you be yourself, and she let you do your job, and yet, she still had control over the room and the studio.  She was a great touchstone for me, because when you are in this position, you need someone to bounce stuff off of or just say, “Am I really being an idiot here?” because we were old friends, she could say, “Tony, you’re being an idiot.”  (Laughs)  We miss her terribly.  She was really a loved person, and she was just fantastic at what she did.  I just miss her as a friend.

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And of course, the In-Memoriam featured the late Y&R co-creator, Lee Philip Bell who also passed recently. 

TONY:  Yes, and that’s what was interesting about that speech I gave, because you had to mention those three people: Lee, of course, Kristoff, and Lisa – three truly linchpin important people in daytime drama for many years. Losing all three made it a particularly rough year for The Young and the Restless family.

I also wanted to talk about Eve LaRue (Ex-Celeste Rosales), who had never won a Daytime Emmy but she did for her work on Y&R! She was very emotional and moved by her win as Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series.  What can you say about Eva?

TONY:  She is such a lovely person and she did a great job for us.  I’m just glad for her because I know she had ever won before.

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One of the clips shown on the Emmy broadcast that Y&R chose for air from Neil’s memorial was Victor’s emotional eulogy; which Eric Braeden delivered so beautifully.   I know how found he was of Kristoff; so it made that on-screen moment all the more heartbreaking. What can you say about Eric?

TONY:  Eric feels as deeply as anybody who I have ever known.  Really, he can come across sometimes as a certain kind of image for people on-screen, but he cares deeply, and is the most supportive actor of every other actor.  Eric has a depth and is a fantastic actor, and he knows how to use his talent.  He actually called me last night and left a message.  He just said, “Hey, I saw you on TV,” and then he just laughed for 5 minutes.  It was really very funny.  He’s not used to seeing me on TV, and so he just laughed.  It was hilarious.

What did you think of Y&R’s win for Outstanding Drama Series knowing they submitted the episodes of Genoa City finding out Neil had passed, and his funeral? Share your thoughts on Tony’s remarks via the comment section below.

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Daytime Emmy Winners: Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, Scott Clifton & Heather Tom Talk Winning the Gold & Returning to Work at B&B

This week, The Bold and the Beautiful has been airing encore presentation of Daytime Emmy-winning performances from some of the cast over the years as a prelude to tomorrow night’s 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on CBS.

The weeklong Emmy celebration concludes tomorrow with Jacqueline MacInnes Wood’s (Steffy) Emmy-winning performance from last year which won the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series prize for the first-time in her daytime career.

Michael Fairman chatted with Jacqui, along with five-time Daytime Emmy-winner and a nominee for Lead Actress again this year, Heather Tom (Katie) and three-time Daytime Emmy winner, Scott Clifton (Liam).  As daytime soap fans know, Heather and Scott hold the distinction of being the only actors to win in all three acting categories: Younger, Supporting and Lead.

In this candid and fun conversation on the Michael Fairman Channel on You Tube, Jacqui, Scott and Heather remember the nights the won Emmy gold, their acceptance speeches, things they wish they would have said, and what it was like waiting for their names to be called, plus taking a stroll down memory lane and remembering when they taped their Emmy-winning performances.

Scott reveals why he chose not to submit himself in Lead Actor this year, even though he has some of the finest performances throughout the Baby Beth baby switch storyline,.

Later the trio talk about The Bold and the Beautiful being the first U.S. soap opera and first U.S. broadcast show back in production following the shutdown during the coronavirus pandemic and how B&B is looking to shoot episodes during the times we live.

Watch the full video interview below.

Then let us know, what was your favorite part of the moments shared by Jacqui, Scott, and Heather in the Emmy conversation?  Do you think Heather might tie Erika Slezak (Ex-Viki, OLTL) tomorrow night with her sixth win in the Lead Actress category?  What do you think of B&B’s return to production following the sentiments shared.

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DAYS Thaao Penghlis Chats on His Daytime Emmy Nomination & How He Makes Tony DiMera One of a Kind

He has been one of the longstanding cast members of Days of our Lives and certainly of Salem’s notorious DiMera Clan; and while Thaao Penghlis may be off our screens for a time and then comes back again; though the years one thing has been true, he delivers top-notch performances in a way that is uniquely ‘Thaao’.

This year at the 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards to be broadcast on Friday night, June 26th at 8 p. m. EST, Thaao is vying for the Outstanding Lead Actor prize amongst a formidable group of other daytime favorites.  And this makes it two years in a row that Penghlis has received an Emmy nomination although this time in a different category.

As fans know, Penghlis takes the art of acting seriously, and expects other he works with to bring their A-game, just as he does time and time again; whether it be playing DAYS dashing Tony or the evil Andre or when he portrayed Victor Cassadine on General Hospital.

Michael Fairman TV spoke to Thaao to get his thoughts on: receiving the Emmy recognition and what it means to him what he thought about his nominated scenes, plus what he might be doing at home during the ceremony, and where he hopes Tony DiMera’s future is headed.   Here’s what Thaao shared.

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Tell me about what scenes you submitted that landed you a Lead Actor Emmy nod!

THAAO:  Well, the week I came back to DAYS, I had 11 shows, and this material was from one show of three I did one day!  When you think of other actors doing 150 shows, and I did less than 50 this past year, my choice is kind of limited.  So, when I came across these particular scenes, which were with Eric Martsolf (Brady) and with Arianne Zucker (Nicole), what I liked about it is that usually when you see other peoples’ work, its histrionic, it’s great tears, it’s drama – and what I was able to put together had a through line and an arc from beginning to end.  It makes it very logical when somebody is following your story, and you can show a whole ebb that makes sense.  I had some lines that were really difficult to say, like, “Coming back from the dead is not easy.”  When I get lines like that, I throw it away, and because of that, it becomes humorous.  I have to say I work well with Arianne.  She was great.  I found in the past, when I have worked with some actors, they step on your lines.  I found the best way to stop that is I put my hand up, and I say, “Hey!” and everything goes silent.  They go into shock mode, and I say, “I haven’t finished,” and then I go on.  (Laughs)  So, when Kristen as Nicole starts to talk to Tony the way she does, and she says, “You’d better behave…” I thought, “This is a DiMera you are talking to,” so, I just snapped back at her.  I gave her a, “Hey!”  So, she shut up, froze, and I went on.

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Would you say your reel was more comedic … or both funny and serious?

THAAO:  It is both.  There are subtleties to it.  There is a teacher I know in Australia, and she is very critical.  She said, “I want to see your work.”  I showed it to her, and she wrote back, “Oh my, God.  How did you make those transitions so readily?”  I went, “Oh.  How did I do it?”  I didn’t think of that.  I think it’s an old technique.  It’s called having to do 3 shows in one day, and you had better get your stuff right, and it’s about how do you make a scene work?  There is one director who I did a miniseries with who said to me, “Where did you get your training from?”  I said, “Daytime.”  He said, “My God.  You certainly know how to have a camera follow you,”   Well, the camera has to follow your movement.  So, when I finished a transition, I’d move to another spot, and the camera had to follow me.  So, what happened in the arc of this Emmy-nominated piece is that I took charge and controlled the scene so that it became a scene of lots of transitions. And of course, charm, I did all of what I thought Tony would be.  He is a DiMera.  I have one of those looks. I don’t know where it comes from, maybe it’s as I get older, but I’ve learned how to work the camera where I may slam something first to get your attention, and then the camera comes onto your face, and you’re going, “Oh, what the hell is he thinking?”  So, I can play the dark side quite readily, and yet in my real life, I’m not so bad. (Laughs)

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You have Thorsten Kaye (Ridge, B&B) and Steve Burton (Jason, GH) also in your category, and these guys who are obviously been soap veterans like yourself.  What do you think about the group you have been nominated with? 

THAAO:  I never worked with Steve Burton, but hear good things.  I know Jon Lindstrom (Kevin/Ryan, GH).  He’s a lovely actor.  I have worked with Jason Thompson (Billy, Y&R).  He’s a lovely actor.  He is well-trained.  So, it is nice to see that the nominees are all vets.

Right, they are all vets.  It seems like a good group to be with. 

THAAO:  I agree, and I love that the Daytime Emmys are coming back to television.  I think it is an upswing when they think of daytime dying.  I think whoever made this happen is taking on the responsibility of taking daytime back.  It is why people love novellas.  People love the story, they love to follow the characters, and we’ve got fantastic fans.  I mean, what would we do without them?  You can’t sustain the show without them, and you pay a price, you have to know how to entertain them because once they know who you are and what you’re about, they get bored.  So, you have to be ahead of your audience all of the time.  That’s what I have always tried to do with both characters that I’ve played on DAYS

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They’re doing a virtual ceremony this year.  How do you think you would dress while watching the ceremony?

THAAO:  You don’t wear a tux in your house, do you? So, I’ve invited some people for a celebratory time.  Lauren Koslow (Kate, DAYS) and her husband Nick Schillace (head of make-up, DAYS) and Leann Hunley (Anna, DAYS) are some of my great friends who have been very supportive of me through some tough times this year, and I’ve got a friend who has got  a wonderful restaurant, and he is going to cater it.  Probably it will be a group of 10.  You know, could you imagine being here on your own, in a tuxedo, with a glass of champagne? (Laughs)

I know, kind of awkward! (Laughs)  You’ll put something nice on for the big night, right?

THAAO:  Yes, you know me.  I’m always dressed.  What would you suggest?  Sweatpants on the bottom and a tuxedo jacket!  How about that? (Laughs)

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Now, you have been previously nominated for Daytime Emmys, too!

THAAO:  Yes, and last year I was nominated as well for Outstanding Guest Performer.  So, it’s kind of nice to be back-to-back, and in 2008, I was nominated for Lead Actor when I played the clown in the Tony and Andre storyline.  Thank God, DAYS recently DAYS had James Reynolds (Abe) wining in the Lead Actor category.  I thought, “Wow.”  That was for years and years of good work that he’s done, and also, Greg Vaughan (Eric) wining for Supporting Actor was very nice, but we haven’t had that many wins in the acting categories over the years.

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DAYS tapes so far ahead of air; that what was once a seemingly major concern has paid off swimmingly during the coronavirus pandemic.  The soap is the only show to have enough episodes in the bank for months ahead when production shut down and enough even when other shows go back into production.  Who would have thought?

THAAO:  We used to think it was ridiculous that DAYS taped eight months ahead, but look at us now! Who would have thought is right?

What would you love to see happen with Tony when DAYS does resume filming new episodes again? 

THAAO:  I’d like to go back and play the head of the DiMera family.  I’ve never been granted that, and I think, at this stage, with the way I worked with Joe Mascolo (Ex-Stefano) it would be nice to see the transition just like Michael Corleone did in Godfather.

So will you be rooting for Thaao to take home the gold as Lead Actor in a Drama Series come Emmy night?  Do you hope DAYS writes Tony into upcoming story, and if so, how would you like to see him on the canvas? Comment below.

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